Dorothea Mackeller

(1885 - 1968)

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  • Beatrice Hawkins (9/30/2008 6:10:00 PM)

    Words to Dorothea McKellar poem In a Southern Garden required

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Burning Off

They're burning off at the Rampadells,
The tawny flames uprise,
With greedy licking around the trees;
The fierce breath sears our eyes.

From cores already grown furnace-hot -
The logs are well alight!
We fling more wood where the flameless heart
Is throbbing red and white.

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